Hockey/Basketball Robots coming to Kettering University March 7-8

Feb 28, 2014

This year’s game is called “Aerial Assist” where each team’s robots will play both offense and defense similar to hockey and basketball while trying to score balls into goals.

This year’s game is called “Aerial Assist” where each team’s robots will play both offense and defense similar to hockey and basketball while trying to score balls into goals.

Kettering NSBE students host ‘A Walk for Education’

Feb 27, 2014

NSBE members do grassroots outreach in underserved communities, distributing information about college, scholarships and the benefits of pursuing degrees in STEM fields.

NSBE members do grassroots outreach in underserved communities, distributing information about college, scholarships and the benefits of pursuing degrees in STEM fields.

Kettering students win at Legomania (again)

Feb 25, 2014

Kettering students went head to head with students from Mott Community College, University of Michigan-Flint and Baker College of Flint in a 3 hour Lego building tournament.

Kettering students went head to head with students from Mott Community College, University of Michigan-Flint and Baker College of Flint in a 3 hour Lego building tournament.

Kettering University forming oSTEM chapter

Feb 13, 2014

Our main goal is to just increase awareness and inclusivity. The more comfortable people are with each other, the better.

Our main goal is to just increase awareness and inclusivity. The more comfortable people are with each other, the better.

Kettering University Unveils Ice Rink at Atwood Stadium

Jan 23, 2014

The ice rink will be open to the public on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday starting on January 24.

The ice rink will be open to the public on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday starting on January 24.

Kettering students make blankets for charity

Dec 18, 2013

A First Year Experience (FYE) class spent their class period during Thanksgiving week making blankets for a drive organized by West Side Baptist Church in Flushing, Mich.

A First Year Experience (FYE) class spent their class period during Thanksgiving week making blankets for a drive organized by West Side Baptist Church in Flushing, Mich.

Kettering faculty member’s foundation providing shoes for 50 Flint students

Oct 24, 2013

The donation is part of Moorer’s foundation’s ‘Footsteps Toward Progress’ program, which is meant to inspire people to perform random acts of kindness in the mid-Michigan and Chicago areas.

The donation is part of Moorer’s foundation’s ‘Footsteps Toward Progress’ program, which is meant to inspire people to perform random acts of kindness in the mid-Michigan and Chicago areas.

Kettering, Flint featured on Michigan Radio

Oct 8, 2013

“The goal is community vitality and the revitalization of Flint. Our success as an institution is tied to Flint’s success as a viable and dynamic economy.”

“The goal is community vitality and the revitalization of Flint. Our success as an institution is tied to Flint’s success as a viable and dynamic economy.”

GM Foundation continues longtime support of FIRST, Kettering

Oct 3, 2013

The Connie and Jim John Recreation Center at Kettering University was packed with hundreds of high school students from around Michigan competing in the annual Kettering Kickoff FIRST Robotics competition on Sept. 21.

Kettering plays key role in Flint’s master plan process

Sep 30, 2013

Kettering University is slated to play a crucial part in the long-term future development of Flint as its role is considered integral in the city's new master plan. 

The City of Flint released a draft of the new master plan for public review on August 12, 2013. The public review process lasts 60 days before the revised plan is presented to the City Council for approval. This is Flint's first master plan in over 50 years.  

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